Posted by: Nick Redfern on October 5th, 2012
“I have a particular interest in werewolf stories, and in 2007 there was a spate of sightings at a cemetery in the woods of England’s Cannock Chase, situated only about a 15-minute drive from where I grew up. It all began in April 2007, when a local, well respected group of paranormal investigators – the West Midlands Ghost Club – traveled out to the area to investigate newly-surfaced reports of what witnesses described as a large, hairy creature very much resembling a wolf. But, there was something extremely weird about this particular wolf: as well as walking like any normal wolf might, this one had the amazing and uncanny ability to rear up onto its hind limbs…”
That’s one of the replies to a series of questions – many of a cryptozoological and weird-beast nature – that appear in a new Q&A with me at The Examiner on the subject of my latest book, The World’s Weirdest Places…
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